|More than two persons:||@ 150 USD$|
|Two persons for:||@ 280 USD$|
|Single person for:||@ 220 USD$|
|After 7days add 1 more day:||@ 40 USD$ each,|
Sundarban is one of the best, one of the most attractive and fascinating places for the travelers from around the world, along with the local people from Bangladesh. Being the largest mangrove forest of the world and having an extra ordinary biodiversity, this forest is the point of interests for almost all adventurous travelers from Bangladesh and people from all around the world. The name Sundarban can be literally translated as “beautiful forest” in the Bengali language (Shundor, “beautiful” and ban, “forest”). The name may have been derived from the Sundari trees that found in Sundarbans in large numbers. The area of great Sundarban is approximately 6000 sq. km
The history of the present-day Bagerhat is traced to the Bengal Sultanate under the rule of Sultan Nasir al-din Mahmud Shah (1442–1459). It was established by the Ulug Khan Jahan (1433–1459), an administrator under the sultanate in the 15th century; an inscription on his tomb here mentions 1459 as his date of death, testifying the construction of the city in the mid 15th century. He was responsible for establishing a planned township with roads, bridges, and water supply tanks (ponds – two are still surviving: the Ghoradighi and Dargadighi), cisterns, and a very large number of mosques and tombs, and palaces and his own mausoleum, all attributed in the same “Khan Jahan Style”; Khan Jehan lived in the town and did extensive philanthropic work. It is mentioned that the Delhi Sultanate, for political and religious reasons, wanted to establish an outpost of Islam in the then-remote part of India in Bengal and deputed Ulug Khan Jahan to brave this task. In 1982-83, UNESCO drew up a master plan for the Bagerhat area and it became a World Heritage Site in 1985 .
Welcome to arrival Dhaka and check-in Marry House take rest with dinner.Day – 02:
After breakfast early morning leave Dhaka for Bagherhat by bus. The padma beautiful big river crossing by ferry within 1 hour and after total 7 hours we will arrive the Bagerhat.(It is early to arrive better than Khulna by bus). Upon arrive in Bagerhat Christian missionary church compound and you have lunch and relax with a family.
In the afternoon visit: The lots of prawn fish business plant area in Bangladesh and beautiful village lowland. We also meet with the village people and their culture. We back to Stay at night missionary church compound and take dinner.
After breakfast early morning we leave Bagerhat for Sundarbans. After 1 hour journey we arrive the biggest mangrove forest in the world. It is the home of Royal Bengal Tiger, spotted deer, monkeys, pythons, wild boars and hyenas. The forest is accessible by river and we will visit by big stemmer or boat for all day. You may find here a different sensation in palace kotka, koromjal. (If you want to stay at night for 12 hours in the sundarbans forest! it will be extra charge 100 USD$ for all) Or back to Stay at night missionary church compound and take dinner.Day – 04:
After breakfast we visit : Bagerhat memorial Shat Gombuj Mosque & Khan Jahan Ali's Tomb also big ponds, river, market, park, chondro mahall, village people culture etc. After dinner at night we come back – Bagerhat for Dhaka.Day – 05:
Check in morning at Marry House. After breakfast in the morning we visit Bangabandhu memorial museum & National Assembly Parliament Building area and lunch at Marry House. After that you have free time for shopping near Aarong-Plaza. Or find our Dhaka tour packages. You can stay overnight and have dinner or not stay.
You have to take Bangladeshi food, rice, bread, milk, vegetable, chicken or fish. We provide you 3 times food and 2 times refreshment, tea, coffee is included this package. At the journey moment you have to take local restaurants food.
All required entrance fees.
All transfers and sightseeing by road.
Bus journey is non AC bus.
Standard accommodation on single or twin sharing basis a/c room & non ac room.
All sightseeing excursions as per itinerary with full-time experienced English speaking guide.